Summary Of Mrs. Bradstreet's Lost To The Fire

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Shortly after the tragic event of losing her house and possessions, Mrs. Bradstreet surges into an internal conflict over the symbolism of the fire, and how its significance is related to God. Religious/Puritan ideology read that all events and actions are controlled by God, which is utilised to respond to the activities or feelings one is currently experiencing. Bradstreet’s insight and knowledge between God and personal significance allows the exchanges in the internal conflict, accepting development and adaptability to the predicament. Prior to the accident, Bradstreet had complete works of poetry and countless amounts of other literary works that are lost to the fire, which accumulate by hard work, time, and dedication. Acquiring these
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